In a development that overshadows Sony’s lacklustre unveiling of the upcoming PlayStation 5, Caspius and SiliconNooB inaugurate the era of live music on the podcast, before reviewing the site-wide playthrough comments related to Xenoblade Chronicles.
Ethos waffles on about the instability of his PlayStation Vita and the best conditions in which to play it. What is he droning on about in this first article since his long-awaited return to the site? Best go read the editorial to find out!
Java’s busted up hand is just about done healing, so he revisits the concept of games as part of the healing process before he returns to his labor job in the LusipurrCorp Orichalcum Mines. Apparently, Lusipurr is still waiting for those stylish rims.
Ever behind the times, Java feels the pressure that comes with being a self-proclaimed patient gamer. Will he shirk his adult fiscal responsibilities in favor of becoming the owner of a fresh new system with games he barely has time to play? Find out now!
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Mel take a break from the addictive podcast card game side quest and focus instead upon the podcast’s dungeon crawler block puzzle aspects. Lusi and Mel power up an ancient communication device, but SN fails to hear its call.
Ethos jumps ahead a few decades from last week to talk about all the modern games he has been playing. Read and then comment to tell him that he is not nearly as cool as he thinks he is.
Ethos tries to go back to his roots this week in an exploration of the original Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy games, but runs into unexpected format issues. If that is not an exciting pitch, then he has no idea what is.
England follow up retaining the Ashes by winning the Ashes, much to the delight of Lusipurr and the chagrin of SiliconNooB. However, sports rivalries are eventually set aside in favour of a discussion about intellectual pursuits and Hamburger Helper.
Deimosion and Lusipurr attempt to discuss the opinions of Shigeru Miyamoto and Markus Persson, but Bup disrupts the reporting with a bumper crop of non-news. When SiliconNooB finally makes his own tardy appearance, the podcast truly goes off the rails.